I work with Field Ready, a humanitarian organisation that has pioneered the application of making in disaster response. I am also a Shuttleworth Fellow focusing on open approaches to Massive Small Manufacturing – the concept of complementing innovative local manufacturing with traditional global manufacturing. I live in London and love Lego.
Improving the fluidity of disaster relief agency supply chains and increase economic opportunities for struggling communities.
Meeting humanitarian and reconstruction aid needs by transforming logistics through technology, design and engaging people in new ways.
Read more about my project called Massive Small Manufacturing and its funding.
Giving people the skills to be ready for and respond to disasters worldwide
Working together to build a future of sustainable, globally networked local manufacturing.
A living resource library of individuals and organizations working towards a sustainable, healthier future.
All what you need to know how to make things.
Making it easier to discover mapping initiatives and mapping requirements within the Maker community.
Community of humanitarian relief agencies using making and makerspaces.
Online community of makers supporting humanitarian relief by crowdsourcing design and documentation of items needed in disaster response.
A community based on learning, knowledge sharing, networking and coordination around the use of local procurement in humanitarian response.
Engineers Without Borders UK is part of a global movement engineering a better future.
Engineering movement for sustainable global development, building and evolving engineering capacity throughout the world.
Solving problems that undermine the wellbeing of the poorer half of the world’s population
Engineering Expertise, Potential, Status and Sustainability.
The world’s first comprehensive study on engineering named Engineering: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for Development
Building engineering capacity to underpin Human and Economic Development in Africa.